Monday , 27 January 2020

A global tipping point: Half the world is now middle class or wealthier

A global tipping point: Half the world is now middle class or wealthier

Brookings - Something of enormous global significance is happening almost without notice. For the first time since agriculture-based civilization began 10,000 years ago, the major ...

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Inflation is a monetary phenomenon controlled by the Central Banks

Inflation is a monetary phenomenon controlled by the Central Banks

Ámbito Financiero - The Central Banks should be independent of the policy and apply this new recipe. The result was the disappearance of high inflation in almost every country in ...

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Alberto Fernández’s Economic Plan Won’t Save Argentina

Alberto Fernández’s Economic Plan Won’t Save Argentina

Alberto Fernández, the Argentine president, is confident that his  Keynesian plan will lead to economic recovery, but it will not bring the expected results PANAMPOST - Alberto Fe ...

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Argentina’s controversial foreign policy

Argentina’s controversial foreign policy

The Global Americans - A month after its inauguration, Alberto Fernández’s government in Argentina has received some backlash for its standing on foreign relations issues. Althoug ...

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Argentina Central Bank Seeks to Cut Rates and Slow Inflation

Argentina Central Bank Seeks to Cut Rates and Slow Inflation

(Bloomberg) - Sign up here to receive the Davos Diary, a special daily newsletter that will run from Jan. 20-24. Argentina’s new central bank president pledged to further cut inte ...

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Hungary Squares the Circle of Globalization

Hungary Squares the Circle of Globalization

TES - What does a smallish Central European country have to teach the rest of the world about inclusive growth, fighting income inequality, and social cohesion, all while steering ...

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What Are Chileans Complaining About?

What Are Chileans Complaining About?

PANAM POST - Ibero-America observed in awe the ultimate escalation of continental violence, right in the region’s most prosperous economy. The origin is external. The violence was ...

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The Rise and Fall of Identity Politics

The Rise and Fall of Identity Politics

Identity politics has metastasized to the whole societal body. For its very nature it has both promoted and produced a multiplicity of groups and “identities” under different bann ...

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Back In Black: The Return Of Argentina’s Black Market Exchange Rate As Capital Flight Accelerates

Back In Black: The Return Of Argentina’s Black Market Exchange Rate As Capital Flight Accelerates

Forbes - Argentina’s black market exchange rate initially surged nearly 25 percent above the official rate, meaning that despite desperate currency controls set in place by Financ ...

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Portugal: you need reforms, not miracles

Portugal: you need reforms, not miracles

Clarín - Most Argentines and our politicians are prone to find magical solutions to avoid solving the deep problems that have affected Argentina for decades. Now, we are excited a ...

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